Associate of Arts

Department Contact

Dr. Terri Martin-Parisien

Academic Dean
Phone: 701.477.7986
Ext: 2961
Office: Room 207

Erik Kornkven

English & Dept Chair
Phone: 701.477.7862
Ext: 2093
Office: Room 210G

Leslie Peltier

Soc Science & Dept Chair
Phone: 701.477.7872
Ext: 2096
Office: Room 210Q

Louise Dauphinais

Phone: 701.477.7862
Ext: 2105
Office: Room 210G

C. Joe Parisien

Phone: 701.477.7820
Ext: 2109

Ann Brummel

Social Science
Phone: 701.477.7824
Ext: 2985
Office: Room 210O

Tasha Morin

Criminal Justice I
Phone: 701.477.7996
Ext: 2114
Office: Room 210L

Cecelia Myerion

Native American Lang
Phone: 701.477.7837
Ext: 2095

Brian Bercier

Phone: 701.477.7983
Ext: 2100
Office: Room 210A

Les LaFountain

Social Science
Phone: 701.477.7813
Ext: 2184
Office: Room 210J

James Chalmers

Language Developer
Phone: 701-477-7818
Ext: 2106
Office: Terrace

Brenda Slater

Academic Success Coord.
Phone: 701.477.7862
Ext: 2309
Office: Student Union

Art Overview

The Departments of Arts and Humanities, and Social Science offer curricula which give TMCC students a broad perspective of the world of knowledge while providing specific pre-professional curriculum sequences which may qualify the student for admission as a junior at the college to which he/she will transfer. Courses in these departments offer specific knowledge of Indian people, particularly the Turtle Mountain Chippewa. An Associate of Arts degree is awarded upon completion of the general education courses and the basic curriculum.

Suggested Curricula

The following curricula are suggested as aids in program planning and may be modified by the student in order to meet specific requirements of the intended four-year program at a university. Each student is urged to consult with an academic advisor early in his/her freshman year to plan an entire TMCC program with reference to a specific four-year program at a university. An Associate of Arts Degree is awarded upon the completion of the basic curriculum leading to an Associate of Arts degree.

Arts & Humanities

General Education

Additional concentration credits suggested are listed beside each concentration option

TMCC provides the general background for the following Arts and Humanities areas:

Social Science

TMCC provides the general background for the following Social Science areas:


General Education Requirements (85 KB PDF)

For more information, please refer to the TMCC catalog, or visit the Student Services office.